In January we celebrated the cryopreservation of the first person, James Bedford, who remains preserved at Alcor today. Several publications covered the milestone, and of course Alcor has written extensively about Bedford as well. Bedford became an Alcor patient in 1991. Southern Cryonics is getting ready to break ground on a new cryonics facility in […]
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CNBC runs article about Alcor which includes a video of Alcor member Elaine Walker: “Meet the company offering a chance at immortality for $200,000.“
KOLD Channel 13 Tucson News Now article on Alcor: “Scottsdale-based cryopreservation facility doubling size to meet demand.”
California Magazine, published by the UC Berkeley Alumni Association, does a nice article about Alcor. The subheading is “The first man to be cryonically preserved was Berkeley psychologist James Bedford. Half a century later, he’s still on ice.” “Into the Deep Freeze: What Kind of Person Chooses to Get Cryonically Preserved?“
“A Dying Young Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future.”
“These parents cryonically froze their toddler in the hope she might live again.”
“Inside Alcor: the valley based cryogenics facility.” They still confuse “cryogenics” and “cryonics.” Update: Article is now on the Wayback Machine.
Motherboard has posted this article about Alcor’s cryopreservation of a 2-year-old Thai girl: “The Girl Who Would Live Forever.” Update: Now on the Wayback Machine.
Motherboard has a fairly lengthy article about Alcor: “The Art of Not Dying.” Update: Now on Wayback Machine.
“Cryonics believers alive and well in Scottsdale.”